Training Video: How to Castle in Chess
How to Castle in Chess.
Castling is a defensive move in chess in which the king and the rook are allowed to move at the same time. Castling is a special type of chess move. When castling, you simultaneously move your king, and one of your rooks. The king moves two squares towards a rook, and that rook moves to the square at the other side of the king.and it is the only move aside from the knight's move where a piece can be said to "jump over" another.
The notation for castling, in both the descriptive and the algebraic systems, is 0-0 with the kingside rook and 0-0-0 with the queenside rook; in PGN, O-O and O-O-O are used instead.
Castling Conditions(Rule & Requirement for Castling )
1. The king and the chosen rook are on the player's first rank.
Neither the king nor the chosen rook has previously moved.
2. There are no pieces between the king and the chosen rook.
3. The king is not currently in check.
4. The king does not pass through a square that is attacked by an enemy piece.
5. The king does not end up in check. (True of any legal move.)